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  • Brain imaging shows that the amygdala, part of the brain involved in emotion, is more active in punishment decision-making when the harm that is inflicted is described luridly than when it is described matter-of-factly.
    Marois Lab, Vanderbilt University
    Brain imaging shows that the amygdala, part of the brain involved in emotion, is more active in punishment decision-making when the harm that is inflicted is described luridly than when it is described matter-of-factly.




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